Decking Firms Sign New Distributors

Several up-and-coming decking manufacturers have secured new regional distributors, increasing the availability of their products in the West and on the East Coast.

MOSO’s X-treme product line of bamboo decking, siding and accessory products has been picked up by Lee Roy Jordan Lumber, Dallas, TX., and by Capital Lumber, Portland, OR., which sells in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
Sylvanix Outdoor Products, Seattle, WA., has signed Disdero Lumber Co., Clackamas, OR., to distribute its composite decking in Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

Mid-State Lumber is a new distributor for Vista Railing Systems to the New England and Mid-Atlantic markets from its branches in Branchburg, N.J.; Kingston, PA.; Warwick, N.Y.; and Marlborough, MA.

BuyRailings Now Stocking Century Aluminum Glass Railings

Lido Designs dba BuyRailings, is now stocking Century Aluminum Glass Railing systems.

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Trex Introduces Entry-Level Composite Railing System

Trex has introduced Trex Select T-Rail, a composite railing system, featuring a popular T-shaped top rail that is designed to make Trex’s high-performance composite and aluminum railing available to a wider audience with pricing that competes head-to-head with PVC vinyl railing.

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AZEK-Owned PVC Recycling Company Triples Production

To help AZEK Company to meet its goal of recycling 1 billion lbs. of PVC by the end of 2026, Return Polymers, which was acquired by AZEK in 2020, has tripled its capacity at its Ashland, OH., production facility after renovating its facility for the past three years.

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